Doctor Who: The End Of Time 3-Minute Preview

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‘Tis the season to be Jolly. Not because of the holidays (yuck, holidays) but because of David Tennant’s finale as Doctor Who and since everyone seems to be in the giving spirit, BBC America has bestowed upon us the gift of a three-minute sneak-peek at Doctor Who: The End of Time.

It was not a week ago that we learned the name of Tennant’s swan song, along with getting a 40-second teaser trailer. Now we’ve got three-minutes from the episode! With the way information keeps rolling out of the two “beebs” (BBC & BBC America), I’m guessing that by next week we’re going to have the entire episode available. Well, maybe not the entire episode, but hopefully the opening sequence icon smile Doctor Who: The End Of Time 3 Minute Preview .

Before we get to the actual clip, there’s also good news for the American audience. We already know that Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars is scheduled to air in America on December 19th and that in the UK, Doctor Who: The End of Time (part one) will air on Christmas Day. What’s the good news, you ask? Well, there will be no need to wait a month to catch up with our friend across the pond as BBC America will be airing part one of Doctor Who: The End of Time on December 26th.

Now, let’s get back to the clip that you came here to see. Check it out below.

It seems as if the Ood’s  have done pretty well for themselves since they’ve been freed only 100 years. With the Doctor being summoned back to the planet of the Ood, there’s no doubt that Donna, their savior, will be back in a big, bad way. Also, it looks as if the Doctor has somewhat returned to normal after his stint at the end of  “The Waters of Mars,” but something’s still a little off with him – maybe it’s just me.

While the dates of Doctor Who: The End of Time part one have been released for the UK and America, there have yet to be any announcements as to the dates of part two in either territory, but we’re promised it will be “over the holidays.” As always, we’ll bring you anything Doctor Who related as it is announced.

Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars will air December 19 on BBC America
Doctor Who: The End of Time (part one) will air December 25 in the UK and December 26 in America

Source: BBC America

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  1. Oh definitely something is off with the Doctor. He was summoned by the Ood and yet he dilly dallied and went all over the place, trying to avoid the inevitable. He’s messed with time by marrying and making Good Queen Bess get a new nickname. (“No longer GOOD Queen Bess?”) He’s defying the the entire planet of the Ood itself by wearing inappropriate clothing. He makes a joke out of locking the Tardis. It’s funny, but so out of character. This is the Doctor as if he’s been told “You have one day to live, what would you do?”. And he’s doing it. Like he doesn’t care. He’s being reckless. He is well and truly screwed in the head now. There’s no turning back for him. At the end of this story, there’s no way out for him but death (and regeneration).

  2. It wasn’t about her being “good queen bess.” he was making fun of her other nickname, “the virgin queen.”

  3. Yes, because apparently, she’s no longer a virgin. Clearly, this Doctor has lost it. RTD and the gang made a brilliant plan for allowing us to let Doctor 10 go, and it’s to make us want him to go. What happened at the end of Waters of Mars was just the start. Honestly, I was all tormented that Doctor 10 is going to regenerate. He’s an awesome Doctor, but after Waters of Mars and now this, he really has to go.

  4. Wow “Waters of Mars” sounds like a pivitol episode,,,(I haven’t seen it yet)
    also this clip I’m avoiding as I want to be surprised,,,

    Damn, sounds good!!!

  5. Waters Of Mars is slow to start, but one of the more genuinely scary episodes and Tennant’s last 15 minutes is arguably his best performance yet.

    We’ll have to see The End Of Time to see if he tops himself, for which I bet he will :)

    Can’t Wait!

  6. Possible Spoilers:

    Did anyone get the sense the Doctor was sharing another mind/presence in his body during the last fifteen minutes. Almost a presence like the Master?

  7. Possibly, but I interpreted as (and What T.Davis said on Confidential was) the Doctor was sick of watching good people die and the frustration led to him thinking about how his ancestors were the Lords of Time and that the laws were his to manipulate etc.

    This led him close to the point of the danger of what someone that has that amount of power could potentially do and why he doesn’t use his powers this way, – making parrells to how The Master chose this path and where its led to.

    It may also reinforce why the doctor needs a human around to ground him, like Donna said to him, I think in her first Xmas episode.

  8. This one is definitely going into the archive!

  9. SPOILER ALERT!

    Waters of Mars is amazing. I wish we had found more out about these things that were in the glacier and why she was breaking it open at the end. Like what were they? What was she doing? Freeing others like them? I wanted to know more. That was my only critique.

  10. WOOO!!!!!! NEW DOCTOR WHO TOMORROW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  11. Did the guy at screenrant miss this little end of time trailer??

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6tLXGWpF78

    I cant wait for this

  12. I don’t think it was a Master-like personality coming out during Waters, I think it was something far more sinister. I think that without a human companion to keep him grounded, to prevent him from doing the unthinkable, The Doctor will degenerate into The Valeyard. Personally, I look forward to that. I want to see the darker side come forth. Seeing the shadow of it in Waters just wet my appetite.

  13. Gerry, you're a damned idiot. Congrats on being that way.

  14. Gerry, you're a damned idiot. Congrats on being that way.